I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
When found by Coastal Pet Rescue, Winter and his litter-mates were between two and three weeks old. Some people thought he would end up blind; he overcame this hurdle to instead steal the hearts of the people at the shelter (and his foster family). Unlike some of the older cats on the list, he spent most of his life among humans (and other cats). This gave him a chance to adapt well to both while developing his own unique personality. In his charming and sassy nature, he embodies the better half of yuletide. His foster mother describes Winter in the following way: “He is the most loving and affectionate cat you will ever have in your life.” This is an accolade to be taken seriously.
Due to his experience with humans, and other cats, Winter can fit perfectly into a variety of homes; any home with dogs should take introduction gradually. A playful streak shows that, at heart, he is still a kitten. Being held like a baby, or treated like the center of your world, can set this young cat purring. If you give him a chance, your compliments will come naturally. Please adopt Winter!